8pm Wednesday 30 July
£4/£3Legacy Film Show: Nairobi Half Life
Legacy Film provides positive representation in film for those of the African and Caribbean diaspora and screens films and events to entertain, excite and interest all.
Following a very successful showing of Medicine for Melancholy at Redroaster in June, there will be a showing in July of David Tosh Gitonga's Nairobi Half Life (Kenya 2012).
30th June - 31st AugustSolo show by Richard Denne
Richard Denne is a Brighton based artist. An avid fan of Pop Art, he uses this as a starting block to explore the idea of collage, resulting in bold and graphic work. He integrates a traditional print-making process with digital technology and fuses them into prints and mixed media originals. Richard will be donating all profits from his Solo Show to the 'Rainbow Fund' Brighton.
Denne grew up near Portsmouth and moved to London in 1984 to study music. It was there, on the edge of Soho, that he discovered a sub-culture of sexuality and life seemed to begin. 15 years later, tiring of London and the clubbing scene he moved to Brighton and found time and space to rediscover his interest in the Arts.
In 2004 he completed his Masters Degree in Fine Art/Printmaking and currently works from his Brighton studio. To contact the artist please visit Denne's website
29 September 2013 -Illumination by Dave Gourlay
Brighton wood sculptor Dave Gourlay has created a new series of illuminated sculptures, now showing at Redroaster. They use slats of cherrywood to produce a halo effect.
If you would like to view further examples of his work (all displayed at Redroaster are for sale) please go to his website